Law change recommended to combat cyber-bullying
The Law Commission has released a draft report highlighting cyber bullying. The report says digital communication has the potential to incite suicide.
Māori leaders to attend Pacific Leaders Forum
The Pacific Leaders Forum will be held in Rarotonga next week and for the first time ever, iwi leaders have been invited to attend.
NZ Olympians touchdown to big welcome
Our Olympic athletes were met by hundreds of fans at the Auckland airport. Among the athletes was bronze medallist Storm Uru of Ngāi Tahu. He says he hasn't come to terms with everything yet and doesn't know what he will do with his medal.
Pacific Leaders Forum a good opportunity for Māori, says Horomia
Labour MP Parekura Horomia talks to us about his opinions on current political issues including Māori leaders invited to attend the Pacific Leaders Forum, Australia’s new tobacco laws, and East Coast Spanish ancestor Jose Manuel.
Interim council heads Māori Wardens
An interim council has been put in place following the ousting of the NZ Maori Wardens Association Executive Council and its president Gloria Hughes over failed audits.
Iwi call on Tribunal to invoke powers
Ngāti Kahu has asked the Waitangi Tribunal to invoke rarely-used powers and order the Crown to buy back private land under claim and return it to the tribe. But Treaty Minister Chris Finlayson says the Crown will oppose the move.
Auckland iwi collective to vote on Treaty settlement
The Tamaki iwi collective is due to vote this Friday on whether it'll accept the Crown's Treaty settlement offer. It includes Hauraki Gulf Islands, Auckland's volcanic cones and first right of refusal on Crown properties. We talk to Te R ūnanga o Ngāti Whātua spokesman, Tame Te Rangi
Art auction raises $80k to fund Iti and Kemara’s appeal
A total of $80,000 was raised for Tame Iti and Te Rangikaiwhiria Kemara at an art auction held in Auckland last night. Expectations were surpassed as the total amount of money raised exceeded the $50,000 benchmark that was projected. The money raised at last night's art auction will be used to fund Iti and Kemara's appeal process later this month.
Women part of waka crew to Rapanui
It’s widely assumed that only men sail on waka hourua, but three women will be joining in on the voyage of two double-hulled waka to Rapanui. Raiha Johns caught up with them to talk of their roles on waka.